Pain

Your Body During And After Pregnancy

by Dr Danielle Harris on June 7, 2016 · 0 comments

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During and post pregnancy, your body will experience rapid changes that will place increased stress on your muscles, ligaments and joints. Most women believe pain and discomfort go hand in hand during pregnancy and often believe they must wait until after the birth of their child to experience relief. However this doesn’t have to be the case, as Osteopathic care can help to manage or alleviate pregnancy related aches and pains. [read more....…]

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Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem or lack confidence?

What many of my clients don’t realise is the effect these conditions can have on their musculoskeletal system from tight muscles, headaches, difficulty breathing and poor posture.

Our Osteopath Danielle Harris will explain to us the impact mental health conditions have on the musculoskeletal system and how Osteopathy can help, as well as simple techniques we can incorporate into our day to lessen our anxiety and boost confidence.

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Do You Suffer From Joint Pain?

by Dr Danielle Harris on March 10, 2016 · 0 comments

Joint pain is a common complaint that more and more people are experiencing. Typically though, with our busy lifestyles, we tend to ignore the signs that our body needs help. By the time we do notice the aches and pains coming from our joints, it has become a significant problem with other factors and areas of the body contributing and causing more pain and discomfort.

Don’t let your joint pain interfere with your life! Our Osteopath Danielle takes us through the symptoms of joint pain, the causes and how Osteopathy can alleviate your pain today! [read more....…]

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Are you sick of being in pain?

by Angela Prest - Naturopath & Nutritionist on March 10, 2016 · 0 comments

Pain drags us down in many ways and prevents us from getting the most out of life.  There are many strategies available to find the source of your pain and address it but understanding it and knowing how it works is a great first step to relief.

There are many different types of pain, including:

  • Peripheral pain – inflammation or mechanical damage eg Torn muscle
  • Neuropathic – damage or entrapment of peripheral nerves eg Shingles
  • Central – central disturbance in pain processing eg Fibromyalgia

 

Are you taking the correct nutrient or herbs for your pain? [read more....…]

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ACHES AND PAINS. WHAT DO THEY MEAN? WHAT ARE THEY TELLING US?

by Dr Sam Brown - Osteopath on March 10, 2016 · 0 comments

 

Most of us experience aches and pain throughout our body on a semi regular basis.

But what do they mean, and what are they telling us?

Generally they are signals warning us that there is some level of dysfunction.  The signals vary in feeling, area and intensity and should always be paid attention to.  By paying attention to the signals they are sending we are able to work towards finding the underlying cause and by addressing this, to help you find relief and avoid a recurrence.

There are 3 main types of pain that osteopathy can assist with …

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